Space tourism appears to be booming in the coming months. Blue Origin, affiliated with US billionaire Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk's SpaceX are looking to move civilians into orbit this year.
According to NASA, the "Axiom 1" mission will be launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the space station no later than December 2022.
The four astronauts, who will travel on board the "SpaceX Crew Dragon" capsule, will spend 8 days aboard the International Space Station. And they will return scientific samples to "NASA" that must be stored in cold stores.
According to the technical site "Ingadget", the agency "NASA" and its international partner agencies must agree to the proposed Axiom crew, which will include a former NASA astronaut and three businessmen, to begin training this summer.
Meanwhile, NASA has enlisted Axiom to build at least one habitable commercial unit that will be attached to the International Space Station in late 2024.
According to the reports, the cost of a person's ticket for the trip would be roughly $ 55 million.